The primary energy consumption per unit of GDP in 2010 was almost four times the consumption in the developed countries of OECD.
What does PEC stand for?
PEC stands for Primary Energy Consumption
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- Power Electronics Council
- Pre-Embarkation Check (shipping)
- Pre-Employment Check (background investigation)
- Predecisional Enforcement Conference
- Predicted Environmental Concentration
- Preferred Equity Certificate
- President's Export Council
- Presidential Exploratory Committee (politics)
- Previously Enjoyed Companion
- Priesthood Executive Committee
- Primary Environmental Care
- Primary Epithelial Cell (cultures)
- Primary Equipment Custodian
- Primary Eye Care (various organizations)
- Primitive Episcopal Church
- Prince Edward County
- Printed Electrical Circuit
- Prion Expert Committee (Japan)
- Priority Existing Chemical
- Private Equity Conference (various organizations)
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The upper limit of the annual primary energy consumption should not exceed a value of 120 kWh / mA a.
Its primary energy consumption has declined from a peak of 868m t/y of oil equivalent in 1989 to a 726m t/yoe level forecast for 2012.
Anne Finucane, global strategy and marketing officer, Bank of America Corp, said, 'Residential and commercial buildings account for approximately 40 percent of all primary energy consumption in the United States.
Of South Korea s total primary energy consumption in 2009, nuclear power accounted for 13.
In addition, a CHP (combined heat and power) plant has enabled Gerresheimer to reduce primary energy consumption by around 28 per cent.
The increase recorded in primary energy consumption in 2010 is likely to continue in 2011, energy officials told AA on Monday.
Cyprus was represented at the meeting by Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism Zeta Emilianidou, who presented the positions of the Republic of Cyprus on the setting of national aims to reduce primary energy consumption for 2020.